Lantis has posted a short version music video for "TRASH CANDY," the 24th single of two-member musical unit GRANRODEO. The song will be featured as the OP theme for the upcoming TV anime adaptation of the Bungo Stray Dogs action manga series. Check the video after the jump.
The official website for the upcoming TV anime Bungo Stray Dogs has announced that its yet-titled OP song will be performed by two-member musical unit GRANRODEO. As reported, the unit's vocalist, 40-year-old voice actor Kisho Taniyama is also cast as Chuya Nakahara in the anime. Hit the jump for more details.
GRANRODEO, two-member rock musical unit featuring popular voice actor Kisho Taniyama, will release their 10th anniversary best album "DECADE OF GR" on September 30. Their record company Lantis today posted a short version music video for "Balalae," one of the two new songs recorded for the album. Check their latest song after the jump.
Lantis has posted a short version music video for two-member unit GRANRODEO's "Bokudake no Uta" (A Song Only for Me), which is a coupling song of their upcoming 23rd single "Memories" to be released on June 3. Check the clip featuring the GraP & RodeO version of them after the jump.
The official website for two-member unit GRANRODEO today posted a short version PV and two-version CD jacket images for their upcoming 23rd single "Memories." It will be used as the OP song for the Seirin vs Rakuzan chapter of the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime third season. Check them after the jump.
Following the ED song "GLITTER DAYS" by Fo'xTails, Lantis has also posted a short version promotional video for "Punky Funky Love, " the OP song for the upcoming third season of the Kuroko's Basketball TV anime, performed by GRANRODEO. This is their fifth OP theme song for the anime franchise. Check the song after the jump.
Lantis today posted the first episode of the anime short series GraP & Rodeo on its official YouTube channel. The comedy series is inspired by the two-member musical unit GRANRODEO and one of the members Kisho Taniyama voices the protagonist teenage boy Rodeo. Check the clip after the jump.
Rock band GRANRODEO, known for their Kuroko's Basketball openings, have inspired an anime shorts series debuting this October. In it, mysterious producer GraP will help average teen Rodeotto achieve his dreams of becoming a rock star. Get a look after the jump.